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Burna Boy Apologizes For Comments He Made That Were Deemed Divisive



Nigerian afrobeats singer, Burna Boy has apologized for a comment he made yesterday concerning the fracass that was witnessed in Oyibo at Port Harcourt.

The singer who appeared angered by the incident could not restrain himself and made some comments where he took a ditch at the Fulani ethnic group.

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The self-styled African Giant asked why Fulani herdsmen could be in Port Harcourt committing atrocities.

This comment was met with some condemnation. He was outrightly condemned for using those words at a time that they want to bring the Nigerian youth under one umbrella devoid of tribe or creed.

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Realizing his mistake, Burna Boy deleted the tweet and went on to apologize to the affected people. He said he was carried away by his emotions and anger.

He tweeted: “This is from the bottom of my soul. I did not mean any harm by what I said. I sincerely apologise for coming across that way. I’m already in a dark place inside. You are my Brother and I LOVE YOU. Please don’t be offended. We are all hurt, angry, afraid and confused right now.”

Source: AfricaCelebrities.Com